It's that time of year. I've started 2 rounds of seedlings. One a 2 1/2 weeks ago. One a week and a half ago. More to come. Did I mention that there's still FEET of snow on the ground, with little signs of it melting away? Yeah, so we'll just ignore that thought.
Bits of green popping up get me excited for freshness.
Seeds that expired two years ago are still VERY sproutable. (Not a word, but it works.)
I hate how long peppers take to sprout.
My kids love planting...aka moving dirt around and making a colossal mess.
I keep meaning to set aside my own compost to use for starting come spring. Only it's all frozen now, as I never thought of it before the snow flew.
The awesome compost I bought last year isn't in stock yet. They said "We won't stock that until there's more snow gone. No one is thinking of gardening with all this snow." I beg to differ. Oh well, I found something.
Our greenhouse, aka sunporch, is still too cold. All are in the living room.
I never mark what I grow. Which is ridiculous because then things sprout and I have no idea.
Five types of tomatoes. Two types of peppers. Eggplant. Parsley. Basil. Onion. Greens. Another round of cantaloupe that will probably lead to nothing, like usual. (I think that's it? I can't remember since I never bother to label. Really foolish of me.)
Anyway, come along and see our 'garden' thus far.